Saskatchewan's Historic Parks

As part of our park system, Saskatchewan has nine historic parks and eight historic sites. They preserve and interpret sites associated with provincially significant historic events. They tell stories from different periods, ranging from relatively recent historic happenings to the prehistoric, from HBC Fur Trading Posts to the North West Mounted Police. The breadth of Saskatchewan's early history is commemorated within these lands. These parks and sites are located throughout the province and offer varying levels of displays, interpretation and services for your enjoyment. These parks are dedicated to preserving our cultural and natural history, and encompass a wide breadth of Saskatchewan's past.

Pack some buffalo robes, make rope or practice North West Mounted Police drills while you are at the parks. Come and experience these and other activities. Excellent school programs are offered at four parks, Cannington Manor, Fort Carlton, Wood Mountain Post and Last Mountain House and staff will be happy to answer your questions and show you around. Bring your sense of adventure to the place where the past comes alive. To find out more about summer programs in a particular park, click on your park of interest below.

Fees:  facility use fees are charged at Fort Carlton and Cannington Manor. No fees are charged at the other historic parks.

Choose a Provincial Historic Park:

Fort Carlton and Cannington Manor Provincial Historic Park Entry Fees

The following fees for the Saskatchewan provincial park system are as of January 1, 2012.  Fees are reviewed annually and subject to change prior to the next operating season.

The Historic Provincial Parks of Fort Carlton and Cannington Manor offer interactive displays and services; this is why an admission fee applies at these two historic parks.  No fees are charged at other provincial historic parks.  No other fees apply.

Adults $4.00 $4.00
Youth, 6-17 years $1.00 $1.00
Family $9.00 $9.00
Child, 5 years and under Free Free